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RW has written a novel that delves into the end of humanity as we know it. There are personalities stored in a computer system to bring people back to life when the destroyed Earth... Read morePublished 21 days ago by eddyrapcon
When I read the summary for Park Service it confused me. And typically I don't even try to read books that I don't understand. I may sound ignorant, but stick with me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pmiller
I don't usually read this type of futuristic book, but this one grabbed my interest right from the beginning and kept it until the end. Read morePublished 1 month ago by swen
On the same story line as Divergent or Hunger Games. It's a good read.Published 1 month ago by KK Colorado
Park Service was a good page turner with interesting plot and some twists and turns. Very interesting read. Looking forward to book 2!Published 1 month ago by Mark Moore
The Park Service Book 1 is an exciting and unpredictable journey, I completely enjoyed the entire episode and look forward to reading the next book.Published 2 months ago by Robert H. Webb
Can a few people keep most of the world living underground after a nuclear war? Interesting theory for trying to protect earth from manPublished 2 months ago by Sue Linnemann